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The Download November 7th, 2013

Posted on Thursday, November 7 @ 19:20:26 Eastern by

The downloads keep coming, but I can't help but feel like some of these games are probably worth a look even if you'll never play them. I mean, it's hard out here for a download in November, during the busy Fall gaming season. How can downloadable Call of Duty: Ghosts ever hope to compete with... retail copy Call of Duty: Ghosts?

Nintendo eShop

Everyone, it's time to head back to Wario's Woods. We promise, Wario won't be there to grab you and shake all your coins out of you.
  • Wii Sports Club - Wii U
  • Toki Tori - Wii U
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising - 3DS
  • Wario's Woods - Wii U VC, 3DS VC
  • $10 Off Etrian Odyssey IV and Code of Princess
  • 4 Elements - 3DS
  • Crazy Chicken: Director's Cut 3D - 3DS, DS
  • KORG M01D - 3DS
  • Luxor - 3DS
  • My Baby Pet Hotel 3D - 3DS
  • Secret Agent Files: Miami - 3DS

Xbox Live Arcade

No new games come to Xbox Live Arcade, at least as far as Major Nelson's blog tells me. If I'm wrong and there is a new downloadable, it might be more entertaining than A World of Keflings which Gold members get for free for the first two weeks this month.
  • A World of Keflings - Free for Xbox Live subscribers
PlayStation Network

I don't want erroneous lists and fanboys to get in my way. That's why I use PSLS's weekly PSN update. It's my source for The Download and it smells good too.
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts - PS3
  • Ben 10 Omniverse 2 - PS3
  • The Guided Fate Paradox - PS3
  • A-Men 2 - Cross-buy PS3, Vita
  • CastleStorm - Cross-buy PS3, Vita
  • Final Exam - PS3
  • How To Survive - PS3
  • The Adventures of Cookie & Cream - PS2 Classic
  • TuneIn Radio - Vita App
  • Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen - Free for PS+ Subscribers
Steam

There are an insane amount of new releases on Steam, the all digital shop front from Valve. PC gamers, if I don't mention a title you think people should know about, put it in the comments and I'll try to add it in.
  • Battle Worlds: Kronos - PC, Mac, Linux
  • Journey of a Roach - PC, Mac
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts - PC
  • Grim Dawn - PC
  • A whole lot of You Don't Know Jack - PC
  • Gentlemen! - PC, Mac
  • State of Decay - PC
  • Final Exam - PC
  • Intake - PC, Mac
  • Anomaly Warzone Earth Mobile Campaign - PC, Mac, Linux
  • Fuse - PC, Mac
  • Desktop Dungeons - PC, Mac


iOS/Android Pick of the Week: Rayman Fiesta Run [iTunes Link]

Join Rayman and friends in yet another one-touch 2D platformer with plenty of tricks and hazards waiting to ruin your fun. Well, when I say ruin I mean "challenge you" and when I say "your fun" I mean you're entire life because this game will consume you.

It can get really addicting really fast and soon you'll see Rayman's buddies wherever you look. What's more, bosses come to iOS in this follow up to Rayman Jungle Run, which just so happened to win GameRevolution's Best Mobile Game award last year.
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